What’s So Special About Stiltz Home Elevators?

Published August 16, 2019 |

For homeowners looking for an easier way to move from one floor of their home to another, turn to Mobility123, the most trusted and certified Stiltz lift installers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Although Stiltz home lifts have already gained much popularity across Europe, they are just beginning to make their way into the homes in the US, and are the first lifts of their kind made available for NJ & PA homeowners!  

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Myths About Stairlifts We’d Like to Debunk

Published July 24, 2019 |

Mobility123 is the leading provider of stairlifts in Philadelphia and New Jersey. We’ve been serving residents of these areas with new and used stairlift solutions since 2003. Over the years, we’ve heard many claims about stairlifts that are falsified. The purpose of this article is to educate our customers and potential customers with real facts while shedding light on some stairlift-related myths.

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What You Need to Know About Stiltz Home Lifts and Stair Lifts

Published June 30, 2019 |

Here at Mobility 123, we’re proud to be able to provide our customers with the latest in cutting-edge transportation technology. Our selection of stairlifts, as well as our Stiltz Home Lift and wheelchair ramps in NJ, have the ability to completely transform the lives of our customers for the better through the simple yet innovative designs. Continue reading to learn more! Continue reading

Give Your Life a Lift with a Residential Elevator

Published June 6, 2019 |

You may not be able to move the way you once did, but that’s no reason for a part of your own home to be off-limits to you. Limited mobility doesn’t have to stop you from moving around your house freely and safely if you get an installation from the leading residential elevator company in New Jersey: Mobility123.  

An elevator may seem like a big investment, and installing one may sound like a hassle, but with Mobility123 the investment will be more than worthwhile, and the installation will be an unbelievably smooth process. Here are some benefits of a residential elevator, and some reasons Mobility123 is the right company to install yours:

Increased Independence

Limited mobility makes tasks that used to be ordinary, like navigating your home and going from one floor to the other, dangerous or impossible. It’s only natural for those who care about you to be concerned for your safety, but you might not want to move out of your home or have people checking on you constantly.

With a residential elevator, you’ll have the convenience to move around your house freely from floor to floor, and those who care about you will have the peace of mind of knowing the stairs will no longer be an obstacle or hazard.

Design Options

Here at Mobility123, we believe that your elevator should meet the specifications of both your home and your tastes, and that it should look good as well as work reliably. That’s why we let you have a say in your elevator’s design. You’ll work with one of our architects and a designer from Mobility123 to conceive an elevator you’ll love to use. Your options include:

A basic elevator

For those who like to keep it simple, and are concerned with nothing more than functionality.

Custom glass elevator

With sliding entry doors, this option gives a modern, almost futuristic look to your home.

To see inside some of our elevator options, watch our video:

Industry-Leading Brands

We install elevators from three of the most modern manufacturers:

 

  • Savaria
  • Waupaca
  • Bruno

Expert Installation

Our technicians are factory-certified professionals. They’ll consult and plan carefully before the installation to ensure that your elevator complied with code requirements on the local, state, and national levels.

We also offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. For homeowners who need residential elevators in PA, count on Mobility123.  

How to Make the Most Out of Living Independently After Retirement

Published April 9, 2019 |

Not many senior citizens want to move out of their own home after retirement. After all, home is where the heart is. Fortunately, there are ways you can make sure you or your loved ones stay safe without having to move out of the home. Independent living is a more viable option than ever for seniors because they have an abundance of choices to pick from regarding their physical health needs. At Mobility123, we install and repair stairlifts and other types of equipment in Philadelphia, PA, and the surrounding areas, to help with that. Here’s how you can make the most out of living independently after retirement:

Identify Your Needs

To properly identify the level of assisted care that you or your loved one will need, start by taking a pen and paper and writing down any illnesses or conditions that you have. For example, a senior who is experiencing mild to moderate dementia symptoms will require vastly different in-home care services from seniors who are wheelchair-bound. Also, note the specific tasks that you think you’ll need help with.

Choose the Type and Frequency of In-Home Care You’ll Need

After you’ve identified your needs by examining your individual health conditions and the tasks you will need help with, choose the type of in-home assistive care you’ll require as well as how often you’ll need it. If you don’t have a family member who’s able to help you in your daily life, or if you need attentive care, you may want to choose a home-health aide or a personal care attendant.

Make Any Necessary Safety Modifications to Your Home

Here’s where we come in at Mobility123! We provide all types of independent living solutions, including but not limited to stairlifts, homelifts, and elevators for homes in NJ. These will be installed by our factory certified professionals, depending on your specific needs. We can also customize what you choose to meet your needs and match your personal tastes.

With these tips, you can be living independently in your own home for years to come. Learn more about how we can make home mobility easier for you or a loved one by giving us a call at 800-603-0830.